Happy Tenth week of sharing Home Performances from GC Community School of the Arts students! We are excited to announce that we are NOW offering the option of In-Person Private Lessons for students and teachers who would like to pursue them! (Students and teachers can still continue virtually if preferred.) For more information about In-Person lessons and the corresponding self-screening and sanitation guidelines, or for general information about our programs, please check out our website at www.goshen.edu/csa or email csa@goshen.edu!

Our first featured recording is “Hommage à Fauré” by Lowell Liebermann, performed by Ingrid Lund on piano. Beautiful job, Ingrid!


Our second featured recording is the American folk song, “Go Tell Aunt Rhody”, performed by Marcy Holewinski on violin. Way to go, Marcy!


Our third featured recording is “Distant Chimes” by Lynn Freeman Olson, performed by Natalie Imbur on piano. Lovely playing, Natalie!


Our fourth featured recording is “Minuet I & II” by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Theresa Fussner on violin. Great work, Theresa!


Our fifth featured recording is the American Fiddle Tune “Boil ’em Cabbage Down”, performed by Poppy Dee Kendall on violin. Nice fiddling, Poppy Dee!


Our sixth featured recording is “The Wild Rider,” Op. 68, No. 8, by Robert Schumann, performed by Lourdes Baltazar on piano. Love the energetic playing, Lourdes!


Our seventh featured recording is “The Two Grenadiers” by Robert Schumann, performed by Maita Penny on violin. Well done, Maita!


Our eighth featured recording is the folk song “May Song,” performed by Elias Magatti on cello. Great job, Elias!


Our ninth featured recording is Fryderyk Chopin’s “Waltz in C-Sharp Minor,” Op. 64, No. 2, performed by Julia Jun on piano. Thank for your expressive playing, Julia!


Our tenth featured recording is the first movement (Presto) of Joseph Haydn’s “Sonata in E Minor”, Hob. XVI: 34, performed by Sasha Dyck on piano. Love the energy and humor, Sasha!


Our eleventh featured recording is Harold Arlen’s beloved “Somewhere over the Rainbow” (lyrics by Yip Harburg), performed by Mackenzie Kay Vaughan. Beautiful singing, Mackenzie!


Our twelfth featured recording is “Medieval Fair” by Nancy Faber, performed by Lydia Bergdall on piano. Love the exciting contrasts, Lydia!


Our thirteenth featured recording is the title song “Camelot” from Frederick Loewe’s musical of the same name (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner), performed by Johann Cheng. Thank you for your dynamic performance, Johann!


Our fourteenth featured recording is “A 16th-Century March” by Willard Palmer and Amanda Vick Lethco, performed by Clara Hanby on piano. Thank you for sharing such a majestic march, Clara!


Our fifteenth featured recording is the first movement (Allegro non troppo) of “Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor”, Op. 33, by Camille Saint-Saëns, performed by Caleb Jun on cello. Wonderful playing, Caleb!


Our sixteenth featured recording is the duet “Puppet Show” by Lynn Freeman Olson, performed by the mother-daughter team Susanna (daughter) and Monica (mom) Stutzman. It’s so great to have families sharing music at home–and thanks for your spirited performance, Susanna and Monica!


Our seventeenth featured recording is “Minuet in G Major” by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Lucille Yoder on violin, and accompanied by her mother Maria on piano. Great to see another family sharing music at home–and great playing, Lucille and Maria!


Our eighteenth featured recording is Claude Debussy’s “Sarabande” (from “Pour le piano”), performed by Keely Cox on piano. Thank you for your expressive performance, Keely!


Our nineteenth featured recording is Harvey Schmitt’s “Simple Little Things” from musical “110 in the Shade” (lyrics by Tom Jones), performed by Geneviéve Carreño. Beautiful performance, Geneviéve!


Our twentieth featured recording is “The Chase” by Johann Friedrich Burgmüller, performed by Natalie Saylor on piano. Wonderful dynamic contrasts, Natalie!


Our twenty-first featured recording Edvard Grieg’s “To Spring”, Op. 43, No. 5, performed by Gabbi Vincent on piano. Thank you for such beautiful layers and expressive playing, Gabbi!


Our twenty-second featured recording is “In My Room” by the Beach Boys, performed by Poppy Dee Kendall on ukulele and vocals! Thanks for your beautiful singing and playing, Poppy Dee!


Our twenty-third featured recording is Robert Schumann’s “Little Piece”, Op. 68, No. 5 (from Album for the Young), performed by Marta Brill Bergstresser on piano. Thank you for sharing your lovely playing, Marta!


Our twenty-fourth featured recording is Johann Friedrich Burgmüller’s “Innocence”, Op. 100, No. 5, performed by Ezra Tice on piano. Great dexterity and musical shaping, Ezra!


Our twenty-fifth featured recording is Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Prelude and Fugue in C Minor” from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, performed by Sasha Dyck on piano. Great energy and voicing, Sasha!


Our twenty-sixth featured recording is “Funny Event” & Little Scherzo” from Dmitri Kabalevsky’s “24 Pieces for Children”, Op. 39, performed by Aaron Hochstetler on piano. Love the contrasts and energy, Aaron!


Our twenty-seventh featured recording is William Kroll’s “Donkey Doodle”, performed by the daughter-father duo of Leah Hochstetler on violin, and Scott Hochstetler on piano. Thanks for sharing your moving performance, Leah and Scott!


Our twenty-eighth featured recording is David Carr Glover’s “Shoo-Fly Boogie”, performed by Xavier Baltazar on piano. Great rhythm and energy, Xavier!

Keep checking this page, as we will add more student videos in the coming days!